My faivourate book is a horrid henry book that has lots of stories. I do have a faivourate book.I’m going to bring my horrid henry.
It is difficult to choose just one favourite! When I was a child the books I loved the most were, ‘The Wishing Chair’ by Enid Blyton and ‘The Snow Spider’ by Jenny Nimmo. Both are exciting magical adventures. I am looking forward to finding out what the children in Foundation love to read tomorrow…
When my son was little his favourite bedtime story was ‘Tatty Ratty’ by Helen Cooper, I think I read it so many times I can still recite it word for word. It has beautiful illustrations and a happy ending, perfect at bedtime.
Lottes favourite book is ‘wibbly pig has ten balloons’. The heart balloon is the best. The favourite Dutch reading book at the moment is ‘Kolletje’, about a little girl that has red and white striped magic socks.
My favourite book is the set of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Dog Day – it is really fun to read. My favourite character is Manny the baby in the book
My favourite book is My Little Pony Equestria Girls because it’s an imaginary story about magical ponies.
Year 1 absolutely love hearing stories and I know when they have enjoyed a particular one because they clap!!! They love to listen again and again to their favourites. Lexie told me she has a special storybook with lots of lovely stories in that she loves to hear. Imogen’s favourite books are the fairy stories with all the different types of fairies. Mollie said her favourite story was Rapunzel. Khai said his favourite was a non fiction book as he enjoys learning and he now knows lots about ‘Fossils’. Red also enjoys fact books and he loves to read about the creatures under the sea. It was lovely listening to all year 1’s ideas about their favourite books. We all love sharing books. Reading is so much fun!
Some of the most popular books in Year 5 include David Walliams, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Harry Potter, Roald Dahl and Jaqueline Wilson.
The children in Foundation love stories and many of our learning themes are based on a wide range of them. This week we are reading ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’. The children love to make puppets and role play the story, as well as become bridge engineers for the week. Both Isla G and Ben have decided that this is their new favourite story! Sophie asked if the favourite book could be one from home as she loves her princess books. Dan loves adventure stories and he loves to read ‘Jake and the Neverland Pirates’, this sounds very exciting! Zack F loves the traditional tale that we read last week, ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’.
In year 6 we have all chosen different books to read as part of National Story Telling week. These range from
Jacob ‘How to Train your Dragon’
Annabel – ‘Shape Shifter – Running the Risk’
James – The Minecraft Combat Handbook
Noah – ‘Jimmy Coats Killer’
Mrs Arnold – ‘Millions’
We are all enjoying this week so far and are looking forward to reading more later on in the week
My favourite story is the smartest giant in town by Julia Donaldson as my mummy read it to me when I was a baby.
My favourite book is Monstersaurus by Claire freedman & Ben cort.
I like all the different monsters that he makes and the big colourful pictures 🙂
my favourite story is Horried Henry and there is lots of them 🙂
My favourite book is Diary of a whimpy kid Dog days
I think my favourite story is the gruffalo because I used to have it read to me by my mom and I enjoyed it.
I am reading Diary of a wimpy kid and that is my favourite book also:)
my favirout book is the world of norm it is really good 🙂
I am reading Awful Auntie and its really good:)
my favorite book is the ‘bromeliad’ it is the book I have brought
🙂 My favourite book is probably “The Worst Witch: All at Sea” by Jill Murphy but I’m not sure! 🙂
My favourite book is trash and olivias faviroute book is rooftoppers 🙂
My favourite story/s is either Malory Towers 1-12 By Enid Blyton because the stories are adventure stories that could happen to anyone, or Harry Potter 1-7 By J.K. Rowling as they are fantasy adventure stories that could never happen to anyone but I still like to think that the things that Harry Potter encounters are things that could happen to anyone who wants it to happen to them. I want it to happen to me!! This week I have chosen to read Third Year At Malory Towers By Enid Blyton because it is full of adventures that are sometimes funny and sometimes sad and it is full of lots and lots of happenings!
We have been really enjoying reading our books this week, In 4E, lots of us have been reading Tom Gates books and David Walliams. We have also been reading Indian in the Cupboard as a class!
This week Year 3 have been reading their favourite stories, there are so many to choose from!
The Tom gates Collection, Diary of A Wimpy kid, Horrid Henry Collection and many more. In class the children have read The Magic Flying Horse which is a Greek myth and now we are writing our own versions.
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